Book Reviews of Always a Lady (Kismet, No 130)

Always a Lady (Kismet, No 130)
Always a Lady - Kismet, No 130
Author: Sharon Sala
ISBN-13: 9781565970458
ISBN-10: 1565970454
Publication Date: 2/1993
Pages: 224
Rating:
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4.1 stars, based on 38 ratings
Publisher: Meteor Publishing Corporation
Book Type: Paperback
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A woman running from her abandoned wedding day finds work and romance on a ranch!
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After being hit by a drunk driver and left with a scar from the corner of her eye to the corner of her mouth......her heart is breaking, she had no idea that her soon to be husband was so vain and the way he looked at her, with such repulsion.....
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This book was great! A must read for any romance reader!
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You have always been admired; you are attractive and receive constant reassurance of your value and great looks. One day, it all comes to an end with a shattering auto wreck that leaves a large scar on your face.

Suddenly nothing is the same. When your fiancée breaks the engagement two months from the wedding, your confidence is shattered. Arent you the same person? Were you only admired only because of your youth and good looks?

What is the most logical thing to do? Run and hide! Thus begins the story of Lily Brownfield. She leaves LA behind and takes a job as a temporary cook for a round-up in Oklahoma.

Lily arrives with an Oklahoma-sized chip on her shoulder and her emotions raw with rage. She literally dares anyone to comment on her face or show any interest in her personally. She is surprised when most of the cowboys are more concerned with her cooking skills than her looks.

The owner of the ranch, Case Longren, is attracted to Lily but senses there must be quite a story as to why a lady of quality would agree to come to the hinterlands of Oklahoma to cook for 3 months.

This is a fairly common story line but Sharon Sala breathes new life into it with her insights and writing style. This is Salas first published book and is part of a short series.

Brownfield Family
1. Always a Lady (1993)
2. Gentle Persuasion (1993)
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This is one of my very favorite books by Sharon Sala. A must read.
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The phone call was a lark - a spontaneous whim. But when Lily Brownfield called about the ad in the Oklahoma newspaper and was told that the job was hers, the crazy idea became a reality. The owner of the Longren Ranch needed a cook for a cattle roundup. And Lily needed to leave Los Angeles behind - along with the heartbreak of the fiance and the job she'd lost when her face was scarred in a car accident.
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You have always been admired; you are attractive and receive constant reassurance of your value and great looks. One day, it all comes to an end with a shattering auto wreck that leaves a large scar on your face.

Suddenly nothing is the same. When your fiancée breaks the engagement two months from the wedding, your confidence is shattered. Arent you the same person? Were you only admired only because of your youth and good looks?

What is the most logical thing to do? Run and hide! Thus begins the story of Lily Brownfield. She leaves LA behind and takes a job as a temporary cook for a round-up in Oklahoma.

Lily arrives with an Oklahoma-sized chip on her shoulder and her emotions raw with rage. She literally dares anyone to comment on her face or show any interest in her personally. She is surprised when most of the cowboys are more concerned with her cooking skills than her looks.

The owner of the ranch, Case Longren, is attracted to Lily but senses there must be quite a story as to why a lady of quality would agree to come to the hinterlands of Oklahoma to cook for 3 months.

This is a fairly common story line but Sharon Sala breathes new life into it with her insights and writing style. This is Salas first published book and is part of a short series.

Brownfield Family
1. Always a Lady (1993)
2. Gentle Persuasion (1993)
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Another great read by Sharon Sala.
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This is the book that got me started reading again, it is sad in places and funny in others, a really true love story. I highly recommend this book.
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Enjoyed this book.